Welcome back and come check out the archives!

Welcome back Tech!

Have you ever been to Tech’s Archives and Special Collections? Did you know Tech had an Archives and Special Collections? Whether you are new or experienced with working in Tech’s archives, it has many changes that you should check out, especially with its online presence.

Archives has a web page that is linked to from the Library’s web page, but you can also access it directly here: https://www.tntech.edu/library/archives/  On this page, you can learn about how to use archives, research the archives catalog and digital collections, set up an appointment, and see what exhibits the archives is displaying.

Do you have a creative idea for using archives in a project?  Let the archivist know archives@tntech.edu!

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About University Archives

Archives and Special Collections resides in Angelo and Jennette Volpe Library on the first floor. The collection includes materials of legal, fiscal and historical significance to Tennessee Tech University and documents the history of the Upper Cumberland Region. The collection includes over 2,500 cubic feet of manuscripts, photographs, and archives from Tennessee Tech as well as surrounding people, businesses, and organizations of the Upper Cumberland. The collection contains books on the history and culture of the Upper Cumberland Region of Tennessee.
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